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Your Checklist for Having House Guests

It’s that time of the year- the time for your family, friends, and loved ones to come together. Naturally, this might mean you’re going to have house guests. You might be really stressing out over getting things done in anticipation of their visit, but if you stick to this basic checklist, you’ll get these things done long before their arrival.
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How to Prevent Your Pipes From Freezing This Winter

As temperatures drop, it becomes increasingly necessary to take preventative action in caring for your house‘s pipes. Some of your pipes are more prone to becoming frozen than others, including those situated in exterior walls, and those exposed in unheated parts of your home or outside. Here’s what you can do to avert frozen pipes, and to deal with them if the situation does arise.
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How to Remove Popcorn Ceilings

Let’s face it- you may have a couple of details in your house that aren’t as “trendy” or “modern” as some in other houses. And that’s okay! It’s nice to have the option of keeping your tried-and-true, well-lived-in home, or deciding to try something new. If you choose to go for the latter, one of the things that can sometimes date a house are those once-commonplace popcorn ceilings. Here is a step-by-step guide for how to remove them.
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Setting the Right Price to Sell Your Home

If you’re selling your house, one of the first steps you’ll take is setting an asking price; a maneuver that requires the ability to find the perfect balance between attracting solid offers and ultimately receiving the top dollar.

If you’re working with a realtor or other industry professional, you’ll probably hear talk of fair market value, which typically means the highest value an educated buyer will pay. Fair market value is usually not the asking price.
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How to Make Your Bedroom More Organized

Let’s face it- everyone has that one area they let their things pile up in. For a lot of people, this area is probably in their bedrooms, where they figure people won’t see it. However, just because your guests‘ eyes won’t be on your room doesn’t mean yours won’t. You’ll feel more refreshed and centered with a tidier living space. That starts with making your bedroom more organized.
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